Moodzie Loves the Memorable Torres Strait
Over the course of the war, around 500 bombs were dropped on the island, making it the second-most attacked location in Australia. Moodzie has also found very scenic forts and areas within the Torres Strait islands. One of the most popular ways to end a day up here in the Torres Strait is with sunset drinks and nibbles at the Green Hill Fort.
With spectacular views over Horn, Prince of Wales, Hammond, Goods and Friday Islands, locals flock here to unwind and catch up with friends. Many people from both Australia and New Zealand tour the island of Torres Strait and explore its beautiful beaches, Moodzie personally has seen many move to the islands, as like the locals many have seemed to fall in love with live across the shore, and living by the wave. The simplicity, healthy diet, strong sense of culture and belonging are all things that have attracted Moodzie to the Torres Strait islands, Moodzie would recommend people to go out and visit the islands, for the reasons stated.
Moodzie had the opportunity to live in the Torres Strait for 3 years. It was the most awesome experience. Here are more great facts about this incredible place:
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1. The Torres Strait Islands are made up of 18 inhabited islands, around 100 uninhabited islands and two mainland communities located off the northern tip of Australia. The Torres Strait Islands had a population of 4,248 in the 2011 Census. 2.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures in Queensland
The Torres Strait is named after a Spanish navigator and captain, Luís Vaz de Torres, who was the first European to sail through Torres Strait in 1606 on his way to Manila in the Philippines. It is the waterway separating far northern Australia (Cape York Peninsula) and New Guinea.
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